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Just out of curiosity why do you want to do this? But you should be able to just do a standard installation and then download the older kernel source then simply configure it and compile it and install it into your system. Its somewhat of a round about way to do it but it should go! If you need to know how to install the kernel read the kernel how-to at http://www.linuxdoc.com
It would actually be linuxdoc.org ....not .com! It will do just as linuxfaq.com will. But yeah, I really see no point in going back a kernel, but it would be the same as installing the newest kernel available.